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Shout out to Sir Frederick Banting for discovering insulin. And its his birthday. Happy birthday to a legend #WorldDiabetesDay #Miss237TT
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Ppl, young children, suffered w/ #diabetes
And now it is used to extort people, because what better tool of extortion than this magic serum we cannot live without? Diabetes is hard enough even with access to insulin. #WorldDiabetesDay #Insulin4all #MedicareForAll
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So many scientists and inventors would be saddened to see what has happened to the fruits of their discoveries. Most were just trying to help people.
Medicine should be something we do for people because it is the right thing to do. It isn't humane or human to hold their lives hostage for profit. #type2diabetic #medicare4all
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Great to see so much support for #WDD. Join us for our 1st #DiabetesChat to discuss the role of the family in diabetes care at 2pm CET today.
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thank you Sir Frederick Banting saved my life had diabetes type 1 since i was 11 now 36. Sir Frederick Banting Legend thank you 👏
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Insulin should be free world wide!
Helping people to stay alive isn’t a business. #SaveOurNHS #WorldDiabetesDay
14 Νοεμβρίου 1891 τα γενέθλια του Sir Frederick Banting που ανακάλυψε την ινσουλίνη. Αυτό σημαίνει ότι ο διαβήτης σταμάτησε να είναι μια θανατική ποινή. Πούλησε την πατέντα μόνο για ένα δολάριο. Την χάρισε στους ανθρώπους. Αυτός ο Άγιος γιατί δεν είναι εικόνα σε εκκλησίες;
A salute to everyone who deals with diabetes, and thanks to all who are working to help those who deal with diabetes, medically, financially, emotionally, whatever form your support takes.

Special shout-out to #CollegeDiabetesNetwork. Thanks for all you do!
We can only hope that when researchers find a cure for our beta-cell malfunction that they share the solution with the same mentality as this pioneer #WorldDiabetesDay
In 1921 Frederick Banting and Charles Best discovered #insulin at the University of Toronto. Banting and Macleod earned a Nobel Prize for their work in 1923. #Canada #Diabetes #WorldDiabetesDay
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I am recently a diabetic that has to take insulin. I bought a vial for $100 last night. The thing is I don't feel any better now and my doctor wants me to continue so I do.
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Being in India, we feel lucky that we can afford Insulin for $3-4 per vial. Thanks to policies of successive Indian governments that medical treatment here is affordable. Section 3(d) of Indian Patent Act has saved millions of lives here. #WorldDiabetesDay2019 #WorldDiabetesDay
He had the right idea. Too bad the greedy pharma industry got hold of it. All about the money now.💰💰💰
Make insulin prices lower!!!!!
Happy #WorldDiabetesDay! Even though Dr Banting took steps to ensure all diabetics could access insulin, there are diabetics dying daily because they can't afford to buy their insulin. Other countries have solved this. We need a guaranteed health solution for all Americans NOW. pic.twitter.com/13lnpPFcBC
The cost of the illness goes beyond the cost of insulin.

And yet reducing the cost of insulin alone could save lives.

Why we don't demand it as a country is beyond my understanding.
Insulin belongs to the world.

Unless you're in the United States, where some rich f**kers make you give all you have in the world for it.

Here's a little history to remember on #WorldDiabetesDay

Diabetes was once a death sentence, that is before Sir Frederick Banting changed the world forever. 💡
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